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Best practices in medicine are determined by research and clinical experience. Professional organizations that monitor and credential these medical professionals help provide these guidelines. Think of it in terms of a builder-they follow building code to build a house. If a roofer does not use the correct amount of shingles or nails, the roof may look fine on day one,

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While there have always been technical terms associated with Audiology, the number of those terms has increased in recent years as technology is changing at a faster rate than ever before. Even audiologists struggle to fully understand all the technological terms associated with the advancements in hearing aids. This article’s purpose is to serve as a cheat sheet for you

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Continue to wear your hearing aids consistently! Consistent use will result in optimal hearing when we are able to socialize once again. Do not sit in silence.  Even if you are home alone you can still practice hearing by listening to the tv, radio, or reading out loud to yourself. If these activities are easy for you, try playing talk

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Studies show that up to 15% of the general population reports suffering from tinnitus, which is defined as the sensation of hearing sound that is inaudible to others. Tinnitus can be pronounced TIN-e-TUS OR tin-AYE-tus. Tinnitus is almost always associated with hearing loss, although the loss can be extremely mild. The most common cause of tinnitus is noise exposure, but

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Everyone has someone in their life who struggles to hear. And I would imagine many of us also have someone they know who struggles with eyesight, perhaps due to glaucoma, cataracts or macular degeneration. Just as you would help lead someone with vision impairment into an unfamiliar room, so must you work at developing communication techniques to enhance your ability

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